How I Improved My Swing Tempo With The DeWiz Training Aid

Recently, I got my hands on a deWiz golf swing analyser and couldn't wait to try it out on my golf swing. With the off-season in full swing, now is the perfect time to improve my golf swing - starting with my incredibly quick tempo. In this video, I analyse my current swing tempo, compare it with some leading tour professionals, and look to improve my tempo with just 5 swings.

If you’d like to find out more about the deWiz or save an incredible 10-15% when buying one, visit the official deWiz website and enter my exclusive discount code ‘ANDYSGOLFBLOG‘ at checkout. I promise you’ll not be disappointed with this training aid, especially given it comes with a handy 30-day money-back guarantee. 

Now, if you’d like to see how I got on trying to improve my golf swing tempo, check out my deWiz tempo video below. Be sure to drop a comment in the comments area to let me know your thoughts on this device, this video, or ask any questions that you may have about this product. 

Now that the cold and wet winter period is well and truly upon us and there’s little chance of playing golf in the evenings after work, I’ve decided to invest my spare time into improving my golf swing. Luckily for me, I don’t need to venture far to assess my swing and make changes thanks to my deWiz golf swing analyser. Thanks to this nifty gadget, I can analyse my golf swing in the garden (with or with a ball), at the driving range and even on the golf course, and use the data to help me discover where I can look to make improvements.  

Throughout the winter period, I’ll be using my deWiz to work on my tempo, transition, backswing length, clubhead speed, and get those wedges dialled in to improve my scoring. I’ll be recording these sessions and sharing them with you on this blog and over on my YouTube channel, so keep your eyes peeled for more videos.

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